Monday, March 12, 2018

My sister's recent post reminded me of your birthday.

To my kindest, most generous and self-less brother-in-law, have a great birthday party in heaven!

I often wanna ask God why. Perhaps He knows you will be a great angel somewhere. Your kids miss you a lot. Really a lot.

It's hard not to cry so hard every time you remember someone gone who has really been good to our family. 

Sunday, March 11, 2018


They may have forgotten unintentionally my name or that I was there
because I was small in the group photo,
I blended in the blue,

I became invisible.  

Still, I was grateful to be personally invited which is a good blessing! 

Being anonymous has it pros and cons.  

I have always preferred to be anonymous for privacy.  

Only the GOOD people know me. 

Yet, thanks for keeping me anonymous!

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Fishes Based on Levels of Mercury Content

These are the fishes with low levels of mercury.
You may eat up to 2-3 servings per week.
Each serving weighs 180 grams or 6 ounces.

1. Samaral
2. Dilis (anchovies)
3. Hito (catfish)
4. Galunggong (mackerel)
5. Salmon
6. Tilapia
7. Shrimp
8. Squid
9. Crab
10. Bangus (milkfish) are safe but mercury levels are a bit higher than the rest in this group.

These fishes have moderate levels of mercury.
Limit consuming 1 to 2 servings only each week.
Each serving weighs 180 grams or 6 ounces.

1. Banak (mullet)
2. Tamban
3. Maya-maya (snapper)
4. Canned light tuna

Now here are the fishes that you should note to have high levels of mercury.
Note that you should only eat 3 servings each month.

1. Tuna fresh or sashimi
2. Lapu-lapu (grouper)
3. Sea bass

Then here are the fishes they say which you should avoid consuming as much as possible because of very high content level of mercury.

1. Marlin
2. Big eye tuna (Ahi)
3. Swordfish
4. Shark